From Maine to Mississippi, historic downtowns offer authentic architecture, community art, and legacy businesses that showcase American ideals and dreams like nowhere else. And as the nation renews its appreciation for locally owned small businesses, these dynamic and bustling places don't just reflect our past; they show our future. Preservation Magazine 2016
Historic Downtown Brigham City is a non-profit public service organization. Our mission is education, advocacy, and support for preserving, restoring, and developing historic downtown. We are also the Main Street Program for Brigham City helping businesses and property owners in the historic district succeed.
Our geographical boundary is the historic LDS Tabernacle and Temple on the south, extending north along Main Street to the recently restored Academy Conference Center (formerly the historic Box Elder Academy of Music and Dancing); and extends one block East and West. Other historically significant buildings and landmarks in the city are included in our outreach.
Finding a balance between economic sustainability and historic preservation is always a challenge. We welcome your input on our activities and programs. All interested individuals and groups are invited to subscribe to our newsletter, attend our meetings, and get involved.
History belongs to all of us and our old buildings and landmarks connect us to that history. Let’s work together to find ways to preserve and prosper.
Thanks for taking time to learn about Historic Downtown Brigham City.
David & Donna Walker Co-Founders